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Stronghold is a fictional TV series created by Adam Waters and aired between 1993-2000 (Waterford Studios) for the live-action series and 1994-1999 (Studio Pierrot) for the animated series, known as the first part of the long-running Coderverse. It was succeeded by Breaker in 2006.

The first two seasons were collaborated with Timothy Malley.

Storyline

A Section 15 operative named Steve Mordinberg goes after his former friends and allies in order to stop a threat that will endanger the whole world. Joined by a squad of other agents, his quest for revenge won't be over until he knows his evil self...or does he?

Sound Effects Used

This fictional TV series uses rare sound effects and only one The Premiere Edition 10 sound effect.

CINESOUND GUNSHOT 01 (Season 1 to Season 2 Episode 4, thirty times in a normal pitch in most episodes, twice low-pitched in "Chicago Heat" and three times high pitched in "Immunity")

Hollywoodedge, Gun Shot Sngl Shot Ex PE1097311 (Seasons 1-2 only)

MICROSOFT WINDOWS 95 STARTUP SOUND (Heard in the episode "Sector of Doors" and played in a slower speed.)

MICROSOFT WINDOWS NT 4.0 STARTUP SOUND (Heard in the episode "The Stairway to Heaven" and played in a slower speed,)

MARSHALL WINN PISTOL SHOT 01 (Seasons 1-2 only)

SKYWALKER EXPLOSION 02

SOUNDELUX, GUN - PISTOL SHOT 01

TECHNICOLOR GLASS SHATTER 01 

WB BMW ENGINE ACCELERATE (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB BULLET RICOCHETS (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB CAR ACCELERATE 01 (Heard in episode "Chicago Heat")

WB CAR CRASH 01 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB EXPLOSION 01 (Main explosion sound in Seasons 1-2 only.)

WB GLASS BREAK 01 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB MACHINE GUN 02 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB PISTOL SHOT 01 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB PISTOL SHOT 02 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB POLICE MOTORCYCLE ENGINE ACCELERATE (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB RAPID METAL RICOCHET 01 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB SHOTGUN BLAST 01 (Seasons 1-2 only)

WB SHOTGUN BLAST 02 (Seasons 1-2 only)

Wilhelm Scream (Heard in Season 1 for a man being thrown into the water in "The Penultimate Outrage")

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